Provincial Rights and Responsibilities
AbstractThis article suggests that Pakistan requires a different development paradigm. The analysis begins by giving a quick overview of some of the larger economies of the region and assesses the divisions that have developed between the people as a result of national strategies. The paper goes on to present a brief history of the previous attempts at decentralization in Pakistan and a discussion of how these were thwarted. This is followed by a discussion of how decentralization can be successful in Pakistan after the 18th Amendment and the 7th NFC Award.
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Volume (Year): 15 (2010)
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Development; policy; decentralization; Pakistan.;
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